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Four deeply turned posts having cannon ball finials; with a raised panel head board original rails retaining the rope pegs; hand-forged steel bolts.D214 Late 20 th century Rare full size Swan Decoy , Virginia.Perkin, this is the 1812-1813 model, that has no fuller, and a heavily clipped point. STARR and the 34 inch blade has a clean edge and has been kept well oiled to prevent pitting.The scabbard is 100% complete with a few minor inconsequential dings and has the original japanned black. The grips do show signs of age, the leather cover is a little section missing, overall in great condition for a 200 year old sword SOLD D107 SHENDOROAH VALLEY , VIRGINIA PAINTED POPLAR AND YELLOW PINE CLOSET / PIE SAFE, the top comprising an overhanging board cornice with applied cove molding above two hinged doors, each set with three hand-punched tin panels on the side of the Pie safe is six half tins, small hand punched tins, over a single panel, it Pie Safe rest on turned feet Circa 1831.Barnes & his four brothers operated a fish camp & were sink box gunners on the Susquehanna Flats Sold!RM735 Talbot County Maryland small wooden box with Folk Art painted shorebirds on lid.SOLD D165 Mid 19th century Pennslyvania two door raise panel flat wall cupboard, in old black paint, cut out shaped feet with a double drop front, applied molding at the top nice beaded edge to the case and door circa 1850 -1860SOLD D162 19th century CANDLE SNUFFER.Made of tin, the candle snuffer measures approximately 2 3/4 " tall and 1 1/4" diameter at the bottom.

It has two drawers which are dovetailed, and two doors with inset panels, and a nice high foot, with a cut out design.

Each shelf has a plate grove, with three wide back boards held in place with rose head nails circa 1780D179 Early 19th century Lancaster County Pennslyvania four panel door Cupboard,in the original red paint, resting on four Sheraton turned feet.

single panel on each side, with two chenfered panels in the back .

Original green paint, the legs of the table is mortised through top, the stretchers are mortised into the legs, the top is one board with a applied molding seeds was placed on the table to dry Sold!

RM733 Early drake Canvasback by George Washington "Wash" Barnes (1861-1915), Carpenter's Point, Maryland. Very nice attitude on this early historic Canvasback from Upper Chesapeake Bay.

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